Apple Storage

WE CARE.

At Apple Storage you will find that our prices are competitive and transparent. Reserving a unit online is free, without any obligation.  Even better, various promotions apply throughout the year, so do check in from time to time. We offer tailor made packages for long term rentals that can be discussed on application. All our prices are inclusive of VAT. Leave a comment if you would like to place an order or contact us to ensure your booking.

WE DELIVER.

Apple Storage will manage the collection and delivery of your goods to and from our premises and furnish you with a competitive quote. Please ensure that you have good transit insurance. In our store, we also offer a wide range of boxes, pallets and packing supplies such as bubble wrap, tape, blankets and protection covers. You can find the price and promotions for our packaging here.

WE`RE CREATIVE.

Are you renovating, downscaling, archiving, travelling or moving house? At Apple Storage, you will find a self storage solution for anyone, in any situation. Whether you are moving home or you are a student between terms, whether you are a large company or a small online business. Our manager will help you find the best options and assist you at every step of the way.

THE MONTH’S SPECIALS

Apple Storage has a friendly and helpful staff, in addition to the other services we offer, we have palettes, bubble wrap, plastic rolls, boxes, tapes, blankets and locks which tenants can pre-order and buy from us, leave a comment to place an order.

SPECIAL – R740 per month

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ABOUT US

As a storage company we are experienced in dealing with the needs of both private and corporate clients. We at Apple Storage know what you want, enabling us to cater for your needs in a professional manner. Self Storage for professional and private use, excess stock management or filing. Conveniently and centrally situated in Randburg, near the N1 highway, we offer our clients peace of mind knowing that your belongings can be stored in our secure facility, safe under the watchful eye of our 24-hour armed response service with electric fencing, floodlights, security beams and personal at all times. So, when you have something valuable but no space, remember Apple Storage.

OPERATION HOURS

Mond – Frid  08:00am – 18:00pm
Saturdays  08:00am – 15:00pm
Open public holidays 08:00am – 15:00pm
After hours needs to be prearranged

Team Members

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Hjalmar de Waal

Owner

Owner of Apple Storage cc, which he founded in 2005.

Marina

Marina

General Manager

Marina is the General Accounts manager of Apple Storage cc and the go to person for all your queries and needs

sakkie

Sakkie

Forklift Operator

Sakkie is our forklift operator and works alongside Mpo

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Mpho

Site Manager

Mpo is a valued member of Apple Storage and has been with us since 2006

Services

Security

Security

Your goods will be stored in a well-lit facility, completely surrounded by an electrified perimeter fence. Located around the property are 16 security beams, the slightest disturbance of which will immediately summon units of the ever-vigilant 24-hour armed response service we employ. Even the storage units themselves are each fitted with a 2-4 lock mechanism providing the last link in the solid chain of defense keeping your belongings safe. Flood lights Beams which activate alarm Electric palisade fencing 24 hour armed response

Collection & Delivery

Collection & Delivery

Apple Storage offers to collect, deliver and store your items. When you you find yourself in need of these items we will arrange return delivery to you. Just further evidence that we know what you need and have ensured to provide it. View our Solutions

Features

Features

In addition to the other services we offer, Apple Storage also maintains a secure facility for the storage of your unused office items. Those bits and pieces of office equipment that, though working, serve only to clutter up the limited space of your workplace. We’re all loath to discard these potentially useful items but need the valuable space they occupy. Assisted help is given for packing your container with the use of our forklift. Long term and short term rentals available month to month or pre-paid.

Packaging

Packaging

We offer different types and sizes of moving boxes and storage boxes. In our stores, we also sell a wide range of packing supplies such as bubble wrap, tape and protection covers. You can find the price and promotions for our moving and packing supplies on this website Click here to view our range and more.

Affordable Rates

Affordable Rates

We offer affordable solutions to store your items. Containers ranging from R660* to R895, Includes VAT* Conditions Apply

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From the Blog

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Almond, Ricotta and Polenta Cake

From The River Cafe Classic Italian Cookbook by Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers
For 10-12; makes 1 x 26 cm round cake

225g unsalted butter, softened, plus a little for the tin
250g blanched almonds (I successfully substituted almond meal)
100g fine polenta (maize flour)
finely grated zest of 6 lemons
250g caster sugar
6 large free-range organic eggs, separated
300g fresh ricotta cheese
juice of 3 lemons
icing sugar, for dusting

PREHEAT the oven to 150 C.  Butter a 26cm round cake tin and line it with greaseproof paper.
COARSELY chop the almonds in a food processor.  Combine with the polenta flour and lemon zest.
BEAT the butter and sugar together using an electric mixer until pale and light.  Add the egg yolks one by one, then add the almond mixture and fold together.
PUT the ricotta into a bowl and beat lightly with a fork.  Add the lemon juice.
IN ANOTHER bowl, whisk the egg whites until they form soft peaks. Fold the egg whites into the almond mixture and finally stir in the ricotta.
SPOON the mixture into the prepared tin and bake in the oven for 40 – 50 minutes, until set.  Test by inserting a skewer, which should come out clean.  Leave in the tin to cool for 10 minutes before turning out.
DUST liberally with sifted icing sugar before serving.

whats on in Jhb

MUSIC
Wendy Oldfield at the Bassline
Jazz, folk, pop and African Rhythms
starts 8pm
cost R100

Wed 15 July Bassline

 MARKETS
Bamboo Rooftop Farmers Market Sat 18 July Bamboo Lifestyle Centre The Bamboo Farmers’ Market in Melville is working in collaboration with Slow Food Johannesburg. In the short term the Bamboo Farmers’ Market will comply with Slow Food’s criteria and in the longer term the partnership will work towards accreditation as the first South African Earth Market as accreditted by Slow Food International.
From 9am to 1pm
Cost: Free Entrance

Bamboo Lifestyle Centre t 083 284 6226 e upstairs.bamboo@gmail.com
www.bamboo-online.co.za Address 53 Rustenburg Road Melville
ART
Opening hours: Tues – Sun -10am – 4pm Thurs – 11am – 8pm

Exhibition: Your Skin Makes Me Cry
Goethe-Institut t 011 442 3232 e pr@johannesburg.goethe.org
www.goethe.de/johannesburg Address 119 Jan Smuts Avenue Off Newport Road Parkwood

what’s goin on in July in Jhb

Art
Mary Wafer – ninth floor
In her latest series of oil paintings, artist Mary Wafer looks at the sinister police station on John Vorster Square, a lingering symbol of the violence of the apartheid system. Showing at David Krut Projects in Parkwood until August 8.

Exhibition opening: Twenty – art in the time of democracy n outstanding exhibition featuring artworks by 115 contemporary South African artists covering a wide variety of themes such as identity, resistance, the Mandela years, Marikana and the Aids crisis. Opens at UJ Art Gallery on Wed July 1 at 18:30.

For the Kids
The adventures of Oliver Twist Based on the Dickens’ novel, this much-loved children’s musical is showing at the National Children’s Theatre until July 19.

For more go to:

http://www.inyourpocket.com/johannesburg/Whats-on-in-Johannesburg

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ARTS ALIVE JHB

31 Aug – 10 Sep 2015

Presented by the City of Joburg, Arts Alive International Festival is an annual event that celebrates and embraces arts and culture. This festival will take place at various venues in and around the city and will feature the very best in homegrown theatre, dance, music, visual art and general entertainment.

http://arts-alive.co.za/

One of the events that will be showing:

The Nights

World-renowned French ballet company, Ballet Preljocaj, comes to Johannesburg with a cast of eighteen dancers to perform Les Nuits (The Nights) for the first time in South Africa.

Choreographed by Frenchman Angelin Preljocaj and featuring the Ballet Preljocaj, this interpretation of Sheherazade first premiered in Paris in 2013. The choreographer toys with the themes of male libido and female sensuality with grace, beauty and artistic mastery. 

STARTING DATE – September 2, 2015

ENDING DATE – September 3, 2015

TIME – 8:00 pm

LOCATION – Joburg Theatre

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Daily Tea in Cape Town

Nigiro Tea

Nigiro opened in March 2009 and has brought real loose tea to South Africa. They started off with 120 different teas, and today they offer around 200 teas, and there’s still more to come.

The traditional Chinese way of drinking tea, just like the old folks did, the High Mountain Tea Ceremony on a specially sculptured stone table. The idea: slowing down while forgetting about the outside life and simply enjoying the art of tea.

An absolute ‘don’t’ for the Nigiro-tea-guys is adding milk and sugar to the tea.

There are only 50 acres of rooibos tea in South Africa. The top rooibos tea is exported overseas, but here you can try more than 10 different rooibos teas.

Nigiro Tea Merchants
28 Hudson Street | De Waterkant | Cape Town | +27 (0)21 421 1000

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday 08:30am – 5pm; Saturday & Sunday 09:00am – 2pm

Prices: tea prices ranging from R25 – R305 per 100g; High Mountain Tea Ceremony from R75pp – R175pp with additional options; other tea tastings from R60 – R145

PS: You can experience Nigiro’s tea at the The Mount Nelson and the One&Only, La Colombe, Tokara to name but a few.

Try Lady Bonin too

www.ladybonin.com

Shop AG11b, The Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town, 7924, South Africa
+27 83 628 2504
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Paint your own jars

Today I am going to share with you one of the simplest and prettiest DIY projects in the history of history. Painted mason jars are one of my favorite, go-to tricks in my craft repertoire and for good reason. You can buy a case pretty inexpensively, collect them used from garage sales or just save pickle jars and condiment jars as you use them up at home. Then, with a coat of paint you have a sweet and pretty vase, pencil cup, planter, utensil holder, you name it! Today I’m sharing how I personally prefer to paint jars for a flawless finish every time and a few ways you can put them to work for you.

Supplies for this one are as basic as it gets! A collection of clean jars and an assortment of your favorite spray paint colors. I like playing around with a mix of glossy, flat and metallic finishes, but choose whatever suits you the best. I’m crazy about a flat paint on a jar with texture or lettering, I just love how it looks.

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To paint the jars, flip them upside down on a piece of cardboard. This will keep the lip of the jar from getting all gunked up while you’re painting. Then just hit each jar with a light even coat of paint. I preach this all the time, but with spray paint you’ll find that several (in this case five or six) lights coats are absolutely always preferable over one or two thick coats. This approach will help avoid drips or overly thick paint that won’t dry properly and ultimately ends up smudging later on down the line.

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Allow the jars to dry between each coat and just keep layering on the paint until you have a smooth, even finish. As long as you take patience and work in light, even coats with long strokes about 10″ or so away from the jar, you can’t go wrong. In the end, you’ll have a ton of gorgeous jars that can be used all over the place for just about anything you can imagine. Personally, I hoard and paint jars on a regular basis. Painting the outside of the jars is, in my opinion, the best option because it provides the nicest finish on the glass and it also allows you to use the jars as a vase or a planter without worrying about the paint chipping away on the inside.

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A big, mint colored pickle jar full of gorgeous, rose-colored tulips? Yes, please! I will also tell you that brightly painted mason jars make the ideal vessels for tiny potted cacti. I have a few of those scattered around the house right now and they are about as adorable as they come. Definitely start collecting jars. Definitely paint them all the colors your little heart desires. Painted Console jars are my favorite!

 

http://www.thesweetestoccasion.com/2015/04/diy-painted-mason-jars/

Rust-en-vrede gallery sanlam portrait award 2015

IMPORTANT INFO –

The entry dates for the 2015 Portrait Awards are:

13 JULY 2015 to 23 JULY 2015

BE AWARE:
You have to know the sitter!
You may not copy the National Geographic cover! Unless you have personally met and photographed Mandela/Tutu/Oprah/Zuma/Juju etc. you may not paint them! The aim is to observe your sitter – therefore someone you have “seen” in your dreams will not suffice.

BE AWARE:
Two-dimensional portraits in all media are acceptable. NO SCULPTURE, PHOTOGRAPHY, LENS-BASED or DIGITAL work is permitted.

BE AWARE:
The size restrictions have changed.
Minimum size: 25cm width x 20 cm height (unframed)
Maximum size: 120 cm width x 200 cm height (framed)
No work or frame may exceed 10 cm in depth.
Multipart works (up to 3 parts) will be accepted and regarded as one work.

BE AWARE:
The Rust-en-Vrede Gallery has organized Stuttaford Van Lines as the official courier service. Artists may drop off their unwrapped work at any of the various depots mentioned below.
Stuttaford Van Lines will wrap and package the work and transport it to Rust-en-Vrede Gallery. They will unwrap the work when they deliver it to the gallery. They will collect unselected work from the gallery, re-wrap it and transport it to the same depot from where it came. Artists may then collect the work from the depot at a specific date. This is a free service to the artists.

Works may be delivered to the various depots from:
Monday 13th July to Friday 17th July 2015 from 9:00 to 15:00 daily
Monday 20 July to Thursday 23 July from 9:00 to 15:00 daily.

Johannesburg: 23 Axle Drive, Clayville, Olifantsfontein, Midrand, Johannesburg.
Contact person: Margarida Fernandes Tel. 011 2061500

Bloemfontein: 248 Church Street, Hamilton, Bloemfontein
Contact person: Rachel Harris Tel. 0514341465

Durban: 8 -10 Ernest Clokie Road, Prospecton, Durban
Contact person: Duncan Schulze Tel. 031 9023566

Port Elizabeth: 21 Kwaford Road, Stuandale, Port Elizabeth
Contact person: Gareth Foster Tel. 041 4057400

George: Cnr Fabrick Street & Laing Street, Industria, George
Contact person: Lusia Coetzee Tel 044 8742120

Cape Town: 65 Bofars Circle cnr Kinghall Ave. Epping Industria 2, Cape Town
Contact person: Mike Kitshoff Tel. 021 5148700

Works may be hand-delivered to Rust-en-Vrede Gallery, 10 Wellington Rd, Durbanville. Tel. 021 9764691 from:

Monday 13th July to Saturday 18th July 2015 from 10:00 to 16:00
Monday 20th July to Thursday 23rd July 2015 From 10:00 to 16:00

Work should be presented to the gallery without any protective packaging, as this cannot be retained. If works are sent with a personal courier or friend, please make arrangements for them to remove the packaging and to present the work unwrapped. Artists, couriers or friends will have to adhere to the above dates and times. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE!

http://www.rust-en-vrede.com/competitions/

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/loco-l-revolutionary-fast-food

gregor Jenkin

on the lookout

Southern GUILD

http://www.southernguild.co.za/

Entertained & Enflamed

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“South African design is artisanal, handmade and cerebral and our designers work in a very personal, exploratory way, with deep cultural relevance and little interest in passing trends.”
– Trevyn McGowan – Founder of Southern Guild

 

 

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